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The Sustainable Buildings for All framework was developed by a coalition of sustainability and equity experts and advocates. SB4A provides a template that local governments may choose to adapt and use to incentivize, and therefore accelerate, the development of building projects in their communities that achieve high levels of environmental performance, social equity and human and environmental health.
Sustainable Buildings for All Incentive Framework: Assessment Report
Summary of Sustainable Buildings for All Incentive Framework
In the second webinar Jess Harris (City of Seattle) and Paul Roman (Arlington County) provide an overview of their jurisdictions' respective sustainable building incentive programs including key takeaways, lessons learned, and performance metrics.
In the third webinar Rebecca Heilig (Earth Advantage), Aubrie Christensen (ILFI), and Jennifer Gunby (USGBC) provide an overview of their organization and certifications that are included in the SB4A framework, as well as information for how to learn even more about each certification.
The final webinar features case studies highlighted in the SB4A report. Jennifer Nye (Salazar Architect), Alex Boetzel (GreenHammer), and Marc Brune (PAE) present an overview of their projects and discuss their projects in relation to the proposed SB4A requirements and incentives.
Amanda Ingmire Architect and Senior Policy Analyst, Built Environment Program971-263-0826
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